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" Ill the 26th of Edward I. this borough sent two members to parliament, but for nearly four hundred years the privilege was intermitted, and it was not till the year 1C40 that it was again resumed, by order of the House of Commons. Twenty years afterwards... "
History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: With Select Lists of ... - Page 493
by Edward Baines - 1823
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The Works of the Late Edward Dayes: Containing An Excursion Through the ...

Edward Dayes - Artists - 1805 - 359 pages
...Tower, from which he soon made his escape; but was again taken at Da vent ry, by Ingoldsby, a man who had sat as one of the Judges on the trial of Charles the First, and who was now a flaming Royalist.* While in confinement, he was returned Member for Rippon,...
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A General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 3

John Gorton - Biography - 1838
...eldest uncle. He was named Deane from his maternal great-grandfather, who was the admiral Deane that sat as one of the judges on the trial of Charles I. He was introduced in 1739 to Pope as a learned ingenious man and the lineal representative of the Swift...
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The biographical dictionary of the Society for the ..., Volume 1, Part 1

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Biography & Autobiography - 1842
...having married a daughter of Colonel William Purefoy, of Caldecote Hall, Warwickshire, — the same who sat as one of the judges on the trial of Charles I., and signed the warrant for his execution, — is said to have on one occasion successfully defended...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1871
...unless it was the war-whoop of the wild Indian. Her husband, after her death, returned to England, and sat as one of the judges on the trial of Charles I." Who was this lady? was she the wife of George Fenwick, Esq., who served with distinction on the side...
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The Annals of Yorkshire from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 2

Henry Schroder - Yorkshire (England) - 1852
...Lascelles, Esq., who represented the borough, was discharged from being a member, because he had not sat as one of the judges on the trial of Charles I. The place now returns only one member ; and the right of election, which was formerly vested in the burgage...
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The annals of Yorkshire

Henry Schroeder - 1852
...Lascelles, Esq., who represented the borough, was discharged from being a member, because he had not sat as one of the judges on the trial of Charles I. The place now returns only one member; and the right of election, which was formerly vested in the burgage...
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Ecclesiastical biography; or Lives of eminent men, connected with the ...

Christopher Wordsworth - 1853
...began he became an open enemy to the king, taking a commission as colonel in the parliamentary army. He sat as one of the judges on the trial of Charles I., and signed the warrant for his execution. Lord Clarendon says of him, " Between being seduced, and...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1871
...unless it was the war-whoop of the wild Indian. Her husband, after her death, returned to England, and sat as one of the judges on the trial of Charles I." Who was this lady? was ehe the wife of George Fenwick, Esq., who st-rved with distinction on the side...
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